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Rebecca Last Night I Dreamt I Went To Manderley Again.The Novel Begins In Monte Carlo, Where Our Heroine Is Swept Off Her Feet By The Dashing Widower Maxim De Winter And His Sudden Proposal Of Marriage Orphaned And Working As A Lady S Maid, She Can Barely Believe Her Luck It Is Only When They Arrive At His Massive Country Estate That She Realizes How Large A Shadow His Late Wife Will Cast Over Their Lives Presenting Her With A Lingering Evil That Threatens To Destroy Their Marriage From Beyond The Grave.

10 thoughts on “Rebecca

  1. says:

    This is it THE delicious, curl up next to the fire under a blanket with tea book THE windowsill on a rainy day with your pet book THE stay up all night book A chill goes down your spine but in a good way while reading it It is a masterpiece of gothic literature, the inheritor of the tradition of novels like Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre I d call it the 20th Century Jane Eyre, actually, with a modernist twist It is written so that the characters and events come to seem quite believabl This is it THE delicious, curl up next to the fire under a blanket with tea book THE windowsill on a rainy day with your pet book THE ...

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    Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.This is one of thefamous lines in literature certainly it belongs in the same conversation as Call me Ishmael Even to people who have never read the book or seen the excellent movie by Alfred Hitchcock might have a glimmer of recognition at the mention of a place called Manderley Daphne du Maurier leased a place called Menabilly which became the basis for the fictional Manderley Aren t we glad she changed the name Just say Manderley a few Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.This is one of thefamous lines in literature certainly it bel...

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    Well this is awkward So, most of my friends love this book Naturally, I wanted to as well I blame the herd mentality Baaah Did I love this book At times, yes Did I also loathe this book At times, yes It s made deciding on a rating a muchdaunting task than I normally face After reflecting on it for some time, and re reading my f bomb laden notes, I m going with two stars, because as a whole, I did not enjoy this While I greatly detested some aspects, I can still recognize gorgeou Well this is awkward So, most of my friends love this book Naturally, I wanted to as well I blame the herd mentality Baaah Did I love this book At times, yes Did I also loathe this book At times, yes It s made deciding on a rating a muchdaunting task than I normally face After reflecting on it for some time, and re reading my f bomb laden notes, I m going with two stars, because as a...

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    A woman, a man, another woman s shadow a landscape, a house, a hidden history. These six elements have informed the gothic impulse from Udolpho and Jane Eyre to The Thirteenth Tale Daphne du Maurier s Rebecca is crucial to the genre, for in it du Maurier simplified and organized these six elements, refining the narrative, concentrating the mythic, and enriching the ambiguity of her tale.What du Maurier understood is that the heart of the romantic gothic is the struggle between two women, one w A woman, a man, another woman s shadow a landscape, a hous...

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    I went in completely 100% blind Blind trust was all I needed, from trusted friends, but it took me forever to make this book a priority I had Rebecca downloaded on my Kindle since 2014 How foolish I was to wait There are 313, 907 ratings and 13, 947 reviews, on Goodreads, with an overall rating of 4.2 Ratings like that SPEAK It s not a hype either Rebecca is the most enduring classic of Love and Evil I ve ever read Mystery, gothic thriller, drama, secrets, crime, suspense, s I went in completely 100% blind Blind trust was all I needed, from trusted friends, but it took me forever to make this book a priority I had Rebecca downloaded on my Kindle since 2014 How foolish I was to wait There are 313, 907 ratings and 13, 947 reviews, on Goodreads, with an overall rating of 4.2 Ratings like that SPEAK It s not a hype either Rebecca is the most enduring classic of Love and Evil I ve ever read Mystery, gothic thriller, drama, secrets, crime, suspense, some parts predictableyet not all there are surprise twists and turns, three dimensional unforgettable characters, gorgeous writing with vivid descriptions, and a beautiful estate called Manderley No wildflowers came into the house at Manderley He had special cultivated ...

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    This has to be one of the best and most complete books I have ever read Each element plot, characters, twists, suspense, climax all of it, perfect If I had one criticism, it might be a slightly slow start, but with the awesome payoff, that is hardly worth mentioning.The plot I have to be honest, I judged a book by its cover and title I thought, okay, Rebecca , an elegant woman, a curly font, probably another cheesy classic romance I ll read it because it is one you are supposed to rea This has to be one of the best and most complete books I have ever read Each element plot, characters, twists, suspense, climax all of it, perfect If I had one criticism, it might be a slightly slow start, but with the awesome payoff, that is hardly worth mentioning.The plot I have to be honest, I judged a book by its cover and title I thought, okay, Rebecca , an elegant woman, a curly font, probably another cheesy classic romance I ll read it beca...

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    Rebecca is a classic gothic novel that had been hanging out on my TBR list for years For whatever reason, I had never made it to this highly acclaimed book In a bit of a reading rut, I decided to tackle it to change things up a bit Man, am I ever glad that I did This book was great I went in to this book bl...

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    Oh, how I wish I could rewind the past month and start all over again Then I could pick up Rebecca and experience this breathtaking novel onceas if for the first time Truth be told, this wasn t actually my first time reading this quintessential piece of classic gothic literature However, I am ashamed to say that the number of years that have passed between my first reading and this recent one, combined with what I like to call a lingering case of momnesia , effectively rendered this re Oh, how I wish ...

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    4 stars to Daphne du Maurier s Rebecca I loved it and may even consider it 4 1 2 stars but I can t Story The second wife of a wealthy widower you ll never know her name tries to figure out how to fit into her new family when it seems there s now way how With many twists and turns, both suspense and a bit of romance, this story captures your attention immediately and takes you on a path of great intrigue Just when you think you ve figured it out, du Maurier confounds and surprises you 4 stars to Daphne du Maurier s Rebecca I loved it and may even consider it 4 1 2 stars but I can t Story The second wife of a wealthy widower you ll never know her name tries to figure out how to fit into her new family when it seems there s now way how With many twists and turns, both suspense and a bit of romance, this story captures your attention immediately and takes you on a path of great intrigue Just when you think you ve figured it out, du Maurier confounds and surprises you in a good way I would love to be a fly on the wall in Manderley name of the estate where the book takes place to catch all the hidden expressions...

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    HERE IS MY HEARTREBECCA is my favorite book of all time bar none.The opening line is famous, but I didn t know that the first time I read it I was about 14 I just remember that the magic began with that first line Last night, I dreamt I went to Manderly again.The girl is young, clumsy, exquisitely sensitive Impoverished and alone after her father s death, she was employed by a wealthy and boorish social climber, Mrs Van Hopper, and made her living as the older woman s companion Ma HERE IS MY HEARTREBECCA is my...

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